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Merry Christmas – Liberally Incorrect

This is a time in our country where one is almost afraid to say “Merry Christmas” for fear of offending someone.  It is called “politically incorrect” to utter such words in public.

Political has to do with politics – all of politics, all political parties.  However, the term “politically incorrect” seems to only fit in situations where someone is offended, mostly liberals.  So maybe the term should be “Liberally Incorrect”!

Christmas has been around for a lot longer than the recent politicians. Over 2000 years as a matter of fact.  It seems that we shouldn’t be saying “Merry Christmas”, though even though that is the holiday

“Happy Holidays” seems to be the right greeting now.  What holiday are we celebrating?  CHRISTMAS.


Those are the right words – Get over it   Are you offended?  You know what – I don’t care!!!  I’M OFFENDED that people will stop me from saying “Merry Christmas”.  The US Constitution guarantees me the right to say those words.


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  1. Ron Nevers says:

    Merry Christmas! I’ll say it again, Merry Christmas! Mark 8:38

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  3. Bill Beavers says:

    Well good for you. Perfectly said. Thanks for speaking for so many of us. I don’t know why we are so afraid we will offend someone. Merry Christmas was around long before any of us or any of them. Great post.

  4. Actually, isn’t Christmas celebrating the birth of Christ? Shouldn’t we be saying Happy Birthday and singing Happy Birthday around the dinner table. Our family minister always had us sing happy birthday to Jesus on Christmas day. He has passed away now. That was many years ago when I was a spring chicken.

  5. admin says:


    Christmas certainly is the celebration of the birth of our Savior. It could be though, that saying “Happy Birth of Jesus Day”, would really drive some people up a wall, and would be a mouth full for others. Many kids in Sunday School still say “Happy Birthday baby Jesus”. Maybe saying “Merry Christmas” is a pretty good traditional compromise. Plus, you really don’t want to hear me sing “Happy Birthday” either!!!

    “Merry Christmas”!!

  6. If you were to take a poll on how many people don’t want to say Merry Christmas, because of being offended, compared to how many are still going to say Merry Christmas, because they understand the words, you would find out as I did, their are very few against it, compared to the many who believe in it.

    It’s just that those who are offended are talking louder than we are. So my advice to you is don’t sit quietly by why the few take over their points of view for us.

    “Merry Christmas to all” and to all, what matters to you, sing out loud.

  7. admin says:

    Hi Debbie & thanks. As you can see, I’m letting my opinion be know right here. I’m not even getting into what I tell people who wish me a “Happy Holidays’. People who don’t know what they are talking about I think are ignorant. This country was built on freedom of speech and I’m doing my part to keep it that way!!!!!!!!

    Merry Christmas!!!!!!!!

  8. Like the passion and humor. Excellent.

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